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˚Six-Spot Burnet (Zygaena filipendulae)

This is a Six Spot Burnet moth caterpillar, making its way up a grass stalk. This caterpillar feeds on Birds foot triefoil, as such is probably off to pupate.

Brintesia circe

Brintesia circe

Zygaena+occitanica+-+Provence+Burnet+on+Yellow+Starthistle+(Centaurea+collina)+/+Gitanilla+del+Algarve+en+Arzolla+(Centaurea+collina)  For+me,+the+most+beautiful+of+Burnets+/+Para+mi,+nuestra+gitanilla+más+hermosa.

Zygaena+occitanica+-+Provence+Burnet+on+Yellow+Starthistle+(Centaurea+collina)+/+Gitanilla+del+Algarve+en+Arzolla+(Centaurea+collina) For+me,+the+most+beautiful+of+Burnets+/+Para+mi,+nuestra+gitanilla+más+hermosa.

| By: @xcindyxx . ☞ Follow & tag #igbest_macros . Please show some support and visit the artist's gallery for more amazing photos. . Selected by: @chelle_lu_

| By: @xcindyxx . ☞ Follow & tag #igbest_macros . Please show some support and visit the artist's gallery for more amazing photos. . Selected by: @chelle_lu_

Butterfly and Poppy by Erol �zer

Butterfly and Poppy by Erol Özer

Caterpillars of a silk moth; touching them burns like contact with nettles. By Igor Siwanowicz

bong brushes by `Blepharopsis via deviantART. "Caterpillars of a silk moth Automeris something-or-other. Touching those fellows burns like a contact with nettles.

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